Travel Resources for Northeast Blizzard
According to the National Weather Service, later today and tomorrow a major nor’easter is expected to bring heavy snow and blizzard conditions to the Northeast. That means if you’re traveling from any of the airports between Washington DC and Maine, then chances are your flight will be, or already has been, canceled. In fact, airlines have already canceled over 4,000 flights.
Even if you aren’t flying to or from the northeast, your flight still could be affected since your original flight could have been originating from there. Be sure to check your flight status before heading out to the airport. To help your travels go more smoothly, I’ve created a travel resource page, which includes news, airline policies and tips, including What To Do: Weather Delays and Flight Cancellations.
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